'Lowrider' is probably the best known track from the 2001 'Stoned Raiders' album. It was used on the British TV series 'Soccer AM.' The album features guest appearances by Redman, Method Man and Kurupt.
'Hand on the Pump'
This was the second single from Cypress Hill's 1991 self-titled debut album. The album was featured in the book '1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die' and was ranked No. 57 in Spin Magazine's '90 Greatest Albums of the '90s.'
'I Wanna Get High'
The title says it all. This track is from the 1993 'Black Sunday' album. It is one of many songs about the pleasures of lighting up. It was used in the movie 'How High' and was also included on a High Times magazine compilation to support NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws).
'Rise Up' feat. Tom Morello
The lead single and title track from Cypress Hill's new album features Tom Morello from Rage Against The Machine. This Cypress Hill song was licensed to serve as the theme song for WWE's 'Elimination Chamber' pay-per-view wrestling event.
'What's Your Number?'
This Cypress Hill song is about lead singer B-Real's alter-ego, Dr. Greenthumb, who happens to be a marijuana grower. It's from the 1998 album 'IV.' Three tracks from this album were used in the 'Kingpin: Life of Crime' video game. Many retailers refused to carry the game because it was released right after the Columbine school shootings.
'How Could I Just Kill a Man'
The debut single from Cypress Hill's 1991 self-titled debut album was featured in 2004's 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas' video game.Rage Against the Machine covered the song on their 2000 'Renegades' album.
'Hits From the Bong'
'Hits from the Bong' is from the 1993 'Black Sunday' album. The album booklet contained 19 facts about the history and positive attributes of cannabis. That same year, 'Saturday Night Live' banned the group after one of its members smoked a joint on-air during a performance.
This Cypress Hill song was from the band's fifth studio album, 'Skull & Bones,' in 2000. The album contains a hip-hop disc (Skull) and a rap metal disc (Bones). The song incorporates a unique blend of cello, violin, xylophone and electric guitar.
'Insane in the Brain'
This was Cypress Hill's biggest hit -- reaching not only the top of the U.S. rap chart, but also the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart in 1994. It was so popular that it became widely used in the media as a cultural reference, even as recently as 2008 when MSNBC's Keith Olbermann used it in a segment called 'McCain in the Membrane.'